Monitive is a handy website uptime tracking tool that keeps the user in the know when it comes to availability of their web content. The service diversifies itself by providing a long list of appealing features as well as the ability to track email, DNS, MySQL, Ping and FTP servers. A keyword checking function makes it easy to check up on every page, not just the homepage. An automated diagnosis is triggered after a monitored site goes down for three minutes or more to help streamline the repair process. Users can check their website availability in over ten countries, including the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, New Zealand and Romania.Show more screenshots »
Monitive has earned itself some positive reviews and comments on the web. This really comes as no surprise because the application has a lot to offer. Perhaps the only truly surprising part is that the application hasn’t received more responses on the web than it already has. The application was founded in April of 2011. Today, Monitive continues to offer an attractive list of options that help users monitor availability of their websites and servers.
Monitive stands out because the service doesn’t skim when it comes to features. Users can choose between email, Twitter or SMS alert options and can track accessibility in more than ten countries around the globe. The keyword checking tool is very convenient because it gives users another way to utilize their SEO when tracking accessibility, even down to their deepest subpages. The application can monitor nine different internet services, performs automatic diagnosis and offers performance monitoring tools.
Monitive has a very professional feel to it that still retains the site’s charming personality. The clean interface makes it easy for anyone to track a website or web service, from the seasoned professional to the newcomer managing their very first blog or site. The user’s URLs are neatly ordered so they can be quickly accessed from the dashboard. Recent incidents are presented below. The application simplifies the management process and gives the user everything they need in a stylish and clean environment.
A new user can try Monitive by clicking the orange “See Plans and Pricing” button or the green “Sign Up” link on the homepage. The site asks for a full name and email address. The user is taken to their dashboard with a note that states that a confirmation email has been sent and must be accessed to complete registration. If the user does not confirm the account it will be deleted after seven days. The user can continue (without account confirmation) by filing in their time zone, password and website URL.
Monitive comes in five sizes that cover every potential user’s needs. The free account includes one monitored service, 10 minute check frequency, unlimited Twitter and email alerts, weekly reports, uptime reports and latency monitoring. The Basic account costs $9 per month and includes monitoring of up to five web services, one minute check frequency, detailed alerts, incidents archive access, automated diagnosis, keyword monitoring and monitoring for different types of internet services. The Pro account costs $19 per month and includes monitoring for up to 10 services and 10 SMS alerts per month. The Premium account costs $49 per month and includes monitoring of up to 30 services and 30 SMS alerts per month. The Platinum account costs $165 per month and includes monitoring for up to 100 services with unlimited SMS alerts.
Monitive has made itself useful for just about any user with something to monitor on the web. The application offers a wide variety of subscription options that start at free. Users can track different types of internet services and see availability in more than ten countries. The keyword checking function is very appealing to those with larger sties that contain more pages. Paying users are also given the benefit of an auto-diagnosis which occurs after only a few minutes of downtime. There is quite a lot to love when using Monitive to monitor accessibility.